Save the Waves Fifth Film Festival Starts Tonight

Want to support a great charity and watch some cool surf flicks, too? Then tonight, November 8, head to the Save The Waves Film Festival for an intimate evening of live music, an acclaimed short films program, and the world premiere of SE7EN SIGNS, the new surf travel epic from director Nathan Myers and executive producer Taylor Steele.

Now in its fifth year, the festival will be traveling across the country to these locations this year:

Los Angeles, California – November 8, 2013 – Majestic Crest Theatre
Brooklyn, New York – November 15, 2013 – Shangri-La Studio
San Francisco, California – November 22, 2013 – Victoria Theatre

Save The Waves Coalition, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of surfing coastline and the marine environment, is a group of devoted surfers, scientists, and activists that share a common belief that our wild coastal areas around the world are precious and valuable, and need to be protected.

Tonight’s evening begins at 6PM with live music by Lee Koch, followed by a short films program, a fundraiser raffle and very special solo musical set from Guy Blakeslee (front man of The Entrance Band, recently voted best new rock band by the LA Weekly), and then the world premiere of Se7en Signs around 8:30pm.

Se7en Signs features six countries and is the anthology of six filmmakers in different countries on one journey. It features Peter Devries, Asher Pacey, Ozzy Wright, Torrey Meister, Joel Fitzgerald, Harrison Roach, Otis Carey, Daniel Jones, Chris Del Moro, Eli Steele, Noah Cohen, Gavin Gillette and Kiron Jabour.

Other films in the festival include Old Dog, The Ocean Inside, Untitled Norway, Transparent Sea, and Martin’s 5. Check out the Official Film Program here.

For tickets, go here.
General admission $20. VIP Tickets $50.

The Majestic Crest Theatre
1262 S Westwood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Here’s the official Se7en Signs trailer:

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